Rules for snooker billiards.

A competition snooker table is 12 feet. This means that the play size is 175 x 350 cm.

The number of balls that are played with is 22 pieces. Including 15 red and one yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, black and the white ball makes 22 pieces.

The aim of the game is to score points.

Each red ball has a value of 1 point
Yellow 2 points
Green 3 points
Brown 4 points
Blue 5 points
Pink 6 points
Black 7 points

With the white cue ball you first have to “pot” a red ball and then a colored ball.
The other colors (except red) return to the spot each time (the point of the arrangement).
The red balls remain in the pockets.
Then again a red and another color.
Of course the more often the black ball is potted the more points. After playing all the red balls away.
The other colors must be potted in order.

The player with the most points wins.